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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: president obama questioned whether the real mitt romney was at last night's debate-- a criticism romney's spokesman dismissed as damage control. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we get the latest on the candidates' appearances today, as they reprised last night's messages about jobs and the economy. >> brown: plus, we have our own debate on the differing approaches to taxes and deficit reduction. >> woodruff: then, we turn to the war in syria, as skirmishes spill over the border with turkey for a second day in a row. >> brown: we come back to last night's debate with two takes on how it was received. ray suarez talked to voters in the swing state of florida. >> i didn't hear what i need to about jobs. that is the number one interest of generally everyone in the united states. >> woodruff: and in our regular "daily download" segment, margaret warner explores how the face off played in social media. >> brown: and it hasn't happened in baseball in 45 years. we
criticized the administration for not creating enough jobs. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, what do the numbers tell us about the true state of the labor market? we get an assessment. >> woodruff: then, gwen ifill reports on missouri's senate contest where the democratic incumbent has unexpectedly grabbed the lead. >> this the united states senate. mark shields an david brooks >> brown: mark shields and david brooks analyze the weeks news. >> woodruff: and ray suarez previews another political match to watch, thousands of miles south in venezuela, where long- time leader hugo chavez faces a young challenger. >> the election marks a watershed moment for the world's second largest oil producing nation. and a critical supplier of crude oil to the u.s. its number one customer. >> woodruff: that'all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: carnegie corp >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for publi
and chris brown, are they getting back together? listen to his own words. >> and why one colony of these is producing colorful creations -- colony of bees. >> and how you can raise breast cancer awareness. >> stay with us. [ barack obama i'm barack obama and i approve this message. [ lefemale announcer ] he says... espresident obama and i bo care about poor and middle-class families. [ female announcer ] but this is what the budget plan mitt romomney supports actually does. more huge tax breaks skewed to the wealthy. whcue cutting nearly eight hundred billion from medicaid... even though middle-class families rely on medicaid to help loved ones cover nursing-home care. and it helps parents support children with disabilities. if mitt romney really "cares," wouldn't we see it in his priorities? [ male announcer ] who will raise taxes on the middle class? according to an independent non-partisan study, barack obama and the liberals will raise taxes on the middle class by $4,000. the same organization says
news" for friday, october 5, 2012. "cbs morning ne good morning. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. mitt romney is changing his tune about those controversial remarks concerning 47% of americans. last may speaking at a florida fundraiser romney said 47% of americans paid no federal income taxes and considered themselves victims and will support president obama. romney originally stood by his remarks and described them as not elegantly stated but in an interview with fox news last night romney had a different explanation. >> clearly in a campaign with hundreds if not thousands of speeches and question and answer sessions, now and then you'll say something that doesn't come out right. in this case i said something that's completely wrong. >> both candidates campaign in battleground states today. romney working to capitalize on a strong debate, the president working to regroup. susan mcginnis covering it all in washington this morning. susan, good morning to you. >> reporter: back on the campaign trail mitt romney is trying to prolong the momentum that he got from that debate, preside
. with respect of the brown act and sunshine ordinance, it requires description of the item. i don't believe that the 11-word item is appropriate and less detailed than previous items. and in a number of items the detailed traffic modifications have been included here. i don't think it's clear to the average person what the masonic street scape project is. this does not include the limits and it's not a commonly used term. i think there is a problem in terms of the brown act and sunshine ordinance to that. in regard to ceqa and the document did cannot include the case number and did not locate where available. not on the web, by the way, the addendum. it's not in a attachment before you. the resolution does not indicate if this board received dir and addendum. i think those are flaws procedurally. i would encourage you to delay this item or deal with these concerns. i would say that this is not just a bike plan project as i understand it. it loses parking spaces. it degrades traffic los and slows down transit. i don't understand how one can conclude it's not significant. and finally on mason
manson and his followers lived. governor jerry brown will decide if davis will be released. >> "the washington post" reports on new secret service policies. excessive drinking has been prohibited so has sharing work related information on social media. five months ago more than a dozen secret service employees were accused of drunken partying. >> "usa today" says 10% of all workers work from home. census figures show an extra 4.2 million workers telecommuting at least one day a week. people who work only at home earn more than people who work outside the home. >> the "wall street journal" has a halloween horror story. starbucks stores have been running out of the pumpkin sauce for their popular pumpkin spies latte. customers get upset when their store runs out. starbucks blames the shortages on infrequent deliveries at some locations. a lot of pain in the world. it may be the beginning of fall but it looks like winter in the northern plains. parts of north dakota could get up to ten inches of snow from a storm that started on thursday. the wet heavy snow made travel difficult and kn
years. >>> is it a confession or a bizarre pr move? coming up, chris brown releases a video saying he's caught in a love triang aal with rehannah and his recently dumped girlfriend. >>> a mother sent to jail because her kids didn't spend enough time in school. how many days they missed and how many days she may spend behind bars. >>> and we're finally hearing adele's new theme for james bond as the secret agent franchise turns 50 years old. ♪ >>> the voice of grammy winning british star adele belting out the theme of the new james bond movie. sony pictures released the new anthem today. adele's first song since her best-selling album which swept and got six grammys earlier this year. today marks to years since the first bond movie was released. "skyfall" will be in theaters next month. >>> controversial singer chris brown has released a bizarre new video in which he drunkenly talks about his two ex-girlfriends. >> this is the video that he and director david allen posted online. it's called "the real chris brown." and in it brown seems to try to explain his relationships with re rih
? willy brown is the former mayor of san francisco, former speaker of the house out there. joan walsh is editor-at-large for salon and the author of "what's the matter with white people." i want to get to these points. can you win on the facts having lost perhaps on performance value? >> it's very, very difficult to get people in the world observing politicians to ever come to the substance. they always go for style. they always are influenced by performances, and i believe mr. obama took a licking last night. the public knows that and now to suggest that the facts support what his position is supposed to be i don't think carries. >> you know, i got to ask you a personal question about the president. you know, i do look up to him in so many ways. when i'm with him i say to myself and i do this objectively, i listen to him after he's briefed us on something, this guy ought to be president. he has the command of the issues. he has scope. he has relevance. he can talk to you as regular person in common english as well as the wonk talk. he has an iq that is way up there. yet last night he
size the swaying trees in the secret place stilled by time. we toil between the deep brown earth crumbs past frommant toant in orderly procession surrounded by crushed new born grass and flattened flowers. many of us have died here. who's secret [inaudible] we do not know. nor the shift of wind the sudden wake that blocked the sun changes the course and brought with it the endless nights. we enl know the passing of formless clouds o pass the porch forced to forge a new since the coming of the black rain. number 2. there secrets here not ever known. we only carry the sudden weight of memories. not at hair pins, green tea, rice balls wrapped in silken cloth. melted crayons, moth and marbles. flightless wings in a brown bag. they are safe inside us. neither shift of wind nor sun's cruel wrath can force us from our charge into the endless night we stand our ground monolithic protectors of the broken spirit. 3. there was a place sacred beaconed by time. i remember. the new born grass trampled beneath the earth. no one else should die here. there was a flash, no, 2 secrets locked in a fire ba
jarvis. bobbi brown started her makeup business with $5,000. seven years later she sold it for about $75 million with an m. she talks with us about beauty power and the meaning of success coming up next on "cbs this morning." >>> bobbi brown is one of america's most successful entrepreneurs. she started with one idea women want more natural makeup. >> bobbi brown is part of este lauder. >> who does bobbi brown's makeup? >> i do. kim does. we help each other. >> i do know this. when you come in today, i said will you be intimidated doing bobbi brown. she said no. nothing intimidates her. she said no because i think even if she critiqued me it would to be done in a nice helpful way. >> as women we fix after somebody else does us. >> you believe any woman can feel confident and any woman can look beautiful. >> it's true. >> wonder if most women feel that way? >> most women don't. i learn most women feel insecure about themselves. media messages. their mother's messages. their husband. it's so important to feel good about who you are and usual best self. all women are beaut
kansas city, los ravens llegan tras la victoria 23-16 sobre los browns de cleveland, mientras que los chiefs perdieron 37-20 ante los chargers de san diego. los ravens llegan como lideres de la division norte de la conferencia americana, y los browns como coleros de la misma division. en este partido saldara como favoritos los ravens de baltimore. en el futbol sera un fin de semana de dos clasicos, uno en mexico, america contra chivas y otro en espaÑa, barcelona frente al real madrid, tenemos la previa de los super clasicos. atravesando por contrastantes momentos, américa y chivas se verán las caras mañana sábado en una edición más del clásico del fútbol mexicano en partido de la 12da fecha del torneo apertura. las aguilas tienen cinco partidos consecutivos sin derrotas y ocupan el cuarto puesto en la clasificación general, mientras que guadalajara está en 11mo sitio con 13 unidades. atencion que este partido lo tendremos mañana desde las 5. 30 de la tarde en vivo por univision deportes. clásico de los clásicos tendrá lugar el domingo, barcelona frente a real madrid y s
the browns, tremendous fan base. we're very excited. we think it is a great opportunity, tremendous football town, great community. >> businesses, it's okay. businesses spread about one-third north america, one-third europe and one-third asia. europe's down a bit. america is kind of going side way. asia's down. liz: asia's down. do you foresee that turning around anytime soon? we watch all kind of metrics. what about iron ore imports. what about electricity generation out of china? do you go to china a lot? >> i do go to china a lot. i spend two or three trips a year, several weeks out of the year. turnaround in all honesty i tell warren when i talk to him we're going sideways i think we'll continue to go sideways through the remainder of this year on into next year. liz: the warren was warren buffett who bought lubrizol outright but business sideways always ends up in america going up especially here in cleveland, ohio. been a great homecoming for me in a way. i used to work here in channel 5, in 1991. chiefland is open for business. david, that is really a message that we wanted to send. o
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espectaculo. :03 chris brown noviainicia relacion con defectos para revista de :49 oprah winfrey pagada de 165 millones de trt: 1:15 outcue: "taylor swift. ---anoche le contamos la conmovedora historia de una niÑa de san jose que rompÓ su coc a noche le contamos l ahístoria de una niña de san josé que rompio su chancho con los ahorros de su vida para poder dar una recompensa por recuperar a su mascota. >> un final feliz . >> buenas noches >> [♪..♪] >>
political insider phil matier with san francisco police chief greg suhr and former mayor willie brown and chief from the traffic to the crowds over a million people are going to be here. is it all worth it? >> is it worth it? a million people right in the city? >> i think it's terrific! this is going to be as big a weekend as ever been in the city. >> so any advice for people that don't want exactly to spend the whole day in the car? >> yeah. avoid driving especially on the weekend. the embarcadero is going to be gridlocked. public transportation just saw the t line go by. that's the way to go. walk, bike, take public transportation. you don't want to be in a car east of twin peaks this week. >> so mayor brown are you planning on taking a bus to where you' going? >> no. as a matter of fact, i'm going to walk. i normally walk. >> reporter: where are you going? >> i'm going to hit every, single thing that's free. [ laughter ] >> reporter: people coming in from all over the bay area. what do you expect to be the biggist ? is it going to be the
of that process. it is one we cherish no matter what body we're on. i know former mayor willie brown is here. i want to thank him for constantly being a support to all of our commissions and for being here today. i want to recognize each and everyone of you today by asking you to stand and be recognized as i call your commission and name out. for the board of appeals, we have an lazarus. joshua, thank you for being here. for the construction and workforce advisory committee, a body i helped to establish as city administrator, this body is going to be important for us because in our economic recovery we need to work better with our construction companies to make sure everybody has a chance to work in our city. bob alvarado, thank you for being here and part of it. ed riskin, thank you for stepping up again. florence, thank you. harland kelly, our general manager to be. thank you. kent, thank you for stepping up. yes, i will tell you what you are paid for after. [laughter] james, thank you for being here. coming out of retirement, thank you for stepping up. thank you for all of your great work. j
francisco. i am very committed to doing what i can to keep them here. >> governor brown has proposed to eliminate funding for redevelopment agencies. what is your opinion of the plan? >> we knew that by electing a governor brown he would have to make incredibly difficult choices. i do think this through development proposal goes a bit too far -- redevelopment proposal goes too far. it would be catastrophic to many developments and proposed developments. i hope the ongoing conversations to change his proposal will modify it into something that will continue to help localities and counties like san francisco. i think we can get there. >> water some of the biggest land use issues in your district? >> in addition to the america's cup planning, there is a discussion around the development of cpmc. it would be the largest hospital project our city has seen in decades. it would probably be the largest land use project discussed this year. it is right on the edge of my district. it is seated at the intersection of several separate as oriole -- supervisorial districts. there are issues around
tickets. in one case, the victims snatched tickets to the raven's browns games on the twenty seventh. detectives went to that game, approached the people and interrogated them. it turns out they bought the tickets from a woman and had her name to prove it. >> officers were there to take them out of the seats and question them. they learned that he did have information about the folks that have sold and the tickets and he was able to lead us in the right direction. >> they have evidence that led them to the arrest of diana and joe. >> tonight, police and federal agents trying to find a violent offender that gave them the slip after promising to act as an informant. it raises questions about why they would trust the man to begin with. a story you will see only of the news. -- on the 11 news. >> even though that is to authorize a deal, a man with a violent history called them into thinking he was on their side. >> the night of september 25 in northeast baltimore according to federal documents. police arrested the 31-year-old zachary martin who had bailed out of the car and once caught,
on film. >> reporter: until they followed the brown pelicans to mexico's sea of cortez. for every minute of the show, airing on discovery saturday night, there are ten hours of film that didn't make air. >> i think anything that can fly that is mechanical, manmade, put a camera on it. but we also made miniature cameras birds could carry. >> reporter: four years in the making, they hand raised snow geese and a vulture to fly with cameras for this film. >> how did they keep it on? how did you get them to keep it on? >> we basically developed harnesses and the way it was so carefully positioned, it didn't disturb their flight. >> reporter: he also used spy cameras. hidden in mud or behind faux flamingos. it took more than 100 days of shooting to get this spectacular scene. using human ingenuity to give this long dreamt-of perspective in all its wonder. anne thompson, nbc news, new york. >> spectacular. that's our broadcast on a thursday night. thank you for being here with us and please don't forget "rock center" tonight at 10:00 eastern, 9:00 central. it includes matt lauer's big interview
. >>> los manifestantes fueron a la oficina del gobernador en san francisco para denunciar que jerry brown no aprobara el acta de la confianza, los asistentes también protestaron porque el gobernador no promulgó otros proyectos para ayudar a los trabajadores del campo. >>> tanto tiempo confiando en él y tanto trabajo, él ha vetado nuestro proyecto. >>> el asambleista tom amiano ya comenzó a trabajar para una nueva versión de l acta del a confianza. >>> la policía de los Ángeles anunció que solo entregará a inmigración a los inmigrantes indocumentados que tengan antecedentes penales y que hayan cometido delitos graves, osvaldo borraez con la información. >>> nosotros no vamos a aceptar las órdenes de detención de ice para todos los crímenes, en una revelación histórica el jefe del departamento de policía de los Ángeles reveló estos detalles, horas después de hacer el anuncio y en exclusiva en su oficina, el jefe se sentó con nosotros para discutir ese tema. >>> dice, crímenes violentos, crímenes serios, donde el involucraod es un pandillero, pero no vamos a hacerlo p
protestaban por la decision del gobernador brown de vetar tres proyectos de ley que favorecerian a los trabajadores del campo y empleadas domesticas... y la que evitaria que la policia entregara a las autoridades de inmigracion a indocumentados detenidos... ---la leyes tambien hubieran protegido del calor a los campesinos y permitiria el pago de horas extras a las empleadas domesticas... take sot cont. vo ---algunos de los asistentes dijeron que en california los animales de granja tienen mas protecciones que los campesinos ya que hay penas por no dar agua y sombra a los animales pero que para los trabajadores del campo no... ---la manifestacion se efectuo al frente del edificio estatal en la avenida golden gate... stop open roll open blanca --a mes y medio de que empezara el programa de "accin diferida", ya comienzan a verse los frutos. --una joven de san jos es una de las primeras cuya vida est por cambiar por que acaba de recibir su permiso de trabajo. cesar --jaime peluffo convers con ella y nos trae su historia.. take anchor live :01 - :04 :14 - :18 :43 - :47 01:55 o.c. "el que no
work closely with our police department to ensure that our neighborhood is safe. >> governor brown proposed eliminating funding for redevelopment agencies. talking about your opinion of this plan. >> i think the governor's proposal is very dangerous, and it may really disrupt a lot of the planning in progressive cities that have really developed great projects that create better housing opportunities for the lowest income areas. i'm skeptical of redevelopment overall. it led in the 1950's and 1960's to the devastation and destruction of many low-income neighborhoods. it
that davis was ready for release but then governor arnold schwarzenegger reversed it. governor jerry brown now has the final say. >>> quite an honor for a bluegrass dobro player, mike al dredge. he was awarded the national endowment of the arts national heritage fellowship. al dredge began playing the dobro at 17. it's an act cow ties resonator guitar played with a slide. you may have seen him playing in clubs around town. he was part of the group "seldom seen." he's toured with lyle lovett and emmylou harris. >>> flies, rat poop, roaches. tonight a really disgusting food alert you'll want to see. >>> next, the reflecting pool is empty. we'll tell you why crews had to drain it just weeks after they finished its rehab. tops. >> 81 today. we're ki of getting spoiled with this touch of summer. i don't think you'll need a jacket tomorrow. mid-50s to 60 by 7:00. 66 to 74 by 9:00 under mostly sunny skies. we'll come back. we made some changes yet again for sunday. stay tuned. >>> and here's tonight's fact from face the facts usa.org. >>> so even the democrats concede president obama did not have
and silver. this proves it. >> reporter: it also has a ball cap from the old browns. >> 1953, they stopped existing and transferred to baltimore to be the orioles. >> reporter: and a number of trophy footballs. >> got several of them. . >> reporter: enough to make anyone's head spin but before we left he had to show off two of the crown jewels. the first a pair of the museum's oldest. >> late 18th century lacrosse sticks used by american indians. >> reporter: the other fluff to leave you speechless. this is a bat that dates to 1927, it is a babe ruth bat that he used. >> are you kidding? >> on his way to hitting 60 home runs. >> reporter: in this run to the playoffs just where does he see that? >> watching the game with the fans. that's the defining moment. >> reporter: baltimore abc 2news. >> the sports legend museum is locate on west camden street just beyond center field and you want to take in the babe ruth museum and birth place on emory street. >> now, maryland's most accurate forecast. >> all right. skies beginning to clear out there after a warm day and a generally cloudy s
governor jerry brown will have the final say. >>> and here's a scoop for you. the mars curiosity rover is about to do a little digging. nasa says it will collect soil samples to learn if there were ever favorable conditions for microbial life. >>> and one of the top trending health stories right now on nbc news.com could cause some controversy. a new study finds that offering free birth control can dramatically lower the rate of abortion. researchers who gave women free birth krael nor three years saw cases of abortion drop 66 to 67% below the national level. this could impact this year's election. mitt romney has plenled to repeal the affordable care act which requires insurance to cover contraceptive costs. >>> and now to wall street. the dow closed at 13,575 after gaining 80 points yesterday. the s&p was up 10. the nasdaq added 14. taking a look at overseas trading this morning. in tokyo the nikkei inched up 38 points while in hong kong the hang seng climbed 104. >>> the s&p is on the cusp of a five year high and barring any big surprises from september's jobs report, it could hit t
, thanks. >> seriously, he would love to get rid of them. their real name is the brown marmarated stink bug and he calls them? >> yucky. terage. >> reporter: he live -- teage. >> reporter: he lives at the top of the mountain. >> everyone here has the same problem. >> and is this the talk of the town? >> yeah. uh-huh. >> and so bad some days he has to change his clothes in the garage. >> and when i go in, i have to take my clothes off. i am covered. >> reporter: like they're conspiring against him. >> and why did you block the door? >> to keep the bugs from coming in. >> and it's taken over your life. >> they have. >> reporter: he is not doing much grilling those days. here on the other side of the patio, he can't sit outside and this this is what happened. he can't do anything without a stink bug landing on you. he found a spray, he said, kills about 20% of what he hits. >> what do you think would happen if you didn't spray? >> it's hard telling. probably tear the house away. >> reporter: he's done a good job of keeping him out of the house and checking every room each night. >> what do you
and abortion. correspondent steve brown tells us where that race stands right now. >> this race is not over. i -- i'm not assuming anything. >> senator clare mccaskill is nothing if not careful. she's maintained a safe distance from fellow democrat president obama who's not popular in her home state. and the missouri senator hovers just a bit more than two points above republican congressman todd akin in the real clear politics average of show-me state senate polling. on undecideds are eyebrow raising 10%. >> this is probably two-thirds pro republican undecided so there's enough there, i think, for akin to make up the difference, if he gets the help he needs. >> help has been in short supply in the last three weeks since his gaffe about quote, legitimate rape. and shunned by national republican leaders including mitt romney. >> basically we lift the barn and they put the barn on top of us. in suburban st. charles county. it's not akin folks are mad at. >> we've probably had nor people looking for akin signs after the way he was treated by the party establishment folks in washington d.c. >> i a
folks be trippin'. on monday senator scott brown again used elizabeth warren's choice to define herself as an american indian to attack her. this from the campaign that loved the tomahawk chop. brown is mad she's claiming something she doesn't appear to be. guess someone has never driven his pickup truck to a vin disease ediesel movie. it was written obama will be reflected because he's black. suddenly it's a decisive advantage. on tuesday the bow tie tried to convince america that behind closed doors at events widely covered by the media obama turns into nath tugnat turner so be sf the scary black man. >> have you done any work in black communities? >> am i a black male? >> let's go to viewer mail. our first letter comes from george from d.c. surely being black is the truly advantageous situation in america today. look at obama, if wasn't black he wasn't be re-elected. george, have you been bumped on your head recently? by any significant metric, joblessness, incarceration, blacks is still fighting an uphill battle. our next letter is from ann from mars. she writes where are you and al
to think about. oh, man. coming up next, more rumors circulating about rihanna and chris brown. >> and the "american idol" diva intensifies next in "the skinny." >> announcer: abc's "world news ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ we have been talking all this ♪ skinny so skinny >>> welcome back, everybody. we have been talking all this week about an apparent feud going on behind "american idol" nicki minaj and mariah carey. two new judges for the season. showed you the video, telling each other offer. more like -- nicki telling mariah carey off. it got very, very heated. apparently, we're learning how bad it got. prior to the taping of "the view" on thursday, barbara walters, our own here at abc, interviewed mariah wasn't on the show. barbara got on the show and kind of relayed what mariah told her in the interview how bad things really got. take a listen. >> she said when nickiinaj walked off the set, multiple people heard nicky say if i had a gun i would shoot [ bleep ]. mariah says she can't take a chance and she has hired extra security. nicki has not apologized but they have since
decision del gobernador brown de vetar tres proyectos de ley que favorecerian a los trabajadores del campo y empleadas domesticas... y la que evitaria que la policia entregara a las autoridades de inmigracion a indocumentados detenidos... ---la leyes tambien hubieran protegido del calor a los campesinos y permitiria el pago de horas extras a las empleadas domesticas... take sot cont. vo ---algunos de los asistentes dijeron que en california los animales de granja tienen mas protecciones que los campesinos ya que hay penas por no dar agua y sombra a los animales pero que para los trabajadores del campo no... ---la manifestacion se efectuo al frente del edificio estatal en la avenida golden gate... blanca ---esta tarde, un veterano de guerra se encuentra tras las rejas por presuntamente asesinar a 2 de sus vecinos la noche de ayer en vallejo. take vo ---las autoridades dicen que las victimas fueron acribilladas a balazos en la calle "foulk- stone way" ubicada en el vecindario "glen cove". ---2 hombres, uno de 50 aÑos de edad y el otro de 58, murieron en la escena del crimen. ---martin ho-he
number 2. sib do believe we have deputy director cat brown from animal control. we have you here already. if you could just speak broadly to the issue. >> i just wanted to verify that i talked to my office and that there were investigations of the candidate. >> thank you. so, going back to this item, colleagues, are there any further thoughts on seat number 1? we have moved forward seat 2 and seat 7. >> i believe that at some point, madam chair, you had expressed an interest in one other candidate. >> yes, i expressed interest in supporting ms. fortier given she's spent time volunteering for the spca which works closely with our commission on' malwelfare and control. as we know it is a body that is volunteer hours. i think it is important to see that commitment prior and so that's why [speaker not understood]. we had many qualified applicants for this seat. >> so, i would make a motion to move forward ms. fortier for seat number 1. >> thank you. so, we do have a motion to move forward ms. fortier for seat number 1 with recommendation. we can do that without opposition. apologize to the c
behind bars. could be overturned by jerry brown. davis was convicted over 2 murders unrelate to do the infamous sharon tate murders. >> time for another look at who is talking. >> we are talking about al gore he gives interesting bizarre explanation of the president's debate performance. take a look at this. >> i am going to say something controversially. obama arrived in denver at 2:00 p.m. today just a few hours before the debate started. romney did his debate prep in denver. when you go to 5,000 feet and you only have a few hours to adjust, i don't know maybe. >> mitt romney also talking about that comment this morning giving sean hannity his take on the former vice president's debate announcement. >>> would you agree maybe the altitude had an impact on the president last night. that was al gore's theory. >> look, it was a chance for each of us to describe our vision for the country. the president talked about his vision which was a continuation of the policies of the last four years. he wants to have a stimulus and investing for us. he wants to raise taxes as vice president bid
. the california governor jerry brown will have the final say. >>> here's a scoop for you, the mars curiosity rover is about to do a little digging. it will collect sampling to see if there were ever favorable conditions for microbe yal life. >>> the presidential debate had one of the biggest audiences in history. "the new york times" says the number of people watching on tv and on the internet totalled about 70 million viewers. mitt romney's campaign is releasing three new tv ads today. one says president obama is creating debt instead of jobs. one ad will air only in nevada. another in ohio. >>> a new film about death of osama bin laden will debut on the national geographic channel only two days before the presidential election. that movie is produced by two obama fundraisers. it will air sunday, november 4th. >>> an employee of kitchen-aid sent this tweet from an official company account about president obama's grandmother during the debate which said, quote, obama's gam even knew he was going to be bad. she died three days before he became president." the company has apologized and said it was
, alvin brown. and i want to know who do you think impacts -- who are the people that are moved by this dog whistle? >> caller: people that are listening to information that is incorrect, they are being fed fear. they are afraid because of their livelihoods. they are stuck in an era in their mind where possibly the idea of a black person was someone who was -- wanted to live off of the government. it's just -- it's like watching an old movie, and believing the old movie was real. i think that's the way to put it. >> jamal: so we know that's the case. we have a president of the united states who has been arguing to the country that we know we're in a ditch. we know we have got to get out of a ditch. but do we get out of it by everybody getting behind and pushing the car out, or are we all going to get out of the ditch, every man and woman for him or herself are we going to work together or not? do you think that is something america is going to want? >> i get the feeling that mitt romney is being told what to do. i just feel that he's -- he's being manipul
. the impact could be just as significant as the well-known brown v. board of education. the landmark supreme court case in which they declared the state law establishing separate public schools for black and white students was unconstitutional. some seem to think that one of the candidates, and i won't name which one stands for turning black back the clock in many ways so the minority voter participation will play an integral role in picking the winner of this year's presidential election. the town hall meeting tonight will discuss who and why the minority voter participation and awareness can bring power to the previously disenfranchised racial and ethnic minority. the moderator of tonight's meeting is none other than roland martin. you heard him on cnn and you've heard him on that on joyner morning show. he's a national award winning journalist and is also in author, commentator for the cable network where he hosts washington watch with roland martin and a cnn analyst appearing on a variety of the network shows. i'm certainly everyone here has seen or heard of roland martin. so without fur
last year, they helped nearly 190,000 people find work. baltimore resident michelle brown wants to be included in this year's number. she's been taking job readiness classes at a local goodwill center as part of a welfare-to- work program. >> we learn how to do our resume, we learn how to act on interviews, we learn how to ask questions to certain employers, we learn how to do cover letters, we learn how to just basically find a job the right way. >> reporter: she's joining millions of people who have sought services from goodwill. since the recession began, goodwill has seen a flood of people seeking job training services. they come from a wide range of backgrounds, from people with disabilities, to those who have been incarcerated, to people who just need a few extra skills to find work. instructor kevin beasley says in the down economy, his students need more preparation than ever to get through tough recruiting processes. >> in the past, even for myself, i know i remember interviews where it was real basic. why are you the best one for the job? and that was it. ok, you know,
was ready for release. but then governor arnold schwarzenegger reversed that decision. governor jerry brown has the final say on decisions by the current parole board. >>> mechanics in american airlines will begin fixing those seats that were coming loose in some of its planes. 48 of its 757s had issues with the seats coming loose. three american planes recently had them -- happen when it was in flight. the airline engineers figured out that additional preventative steps to upgrade the mechanism that locks the seats to the floor. 50 flights were canceled yesterday and another 44 will be scrubbed today to finish the work. >>> the time right now is 4:38. enjoy today. it could be one of the last warm days of the year. howard is back in two minutes with today's forecast. >> and at 4:42. american brokerage firms pull offices out of europe. >> more on that at 4:52. >> happy friday. we're back with your weather first in two minutes. >>> welcome back. 4:40. on this friday morning. you might need a little jacket early. we've got some temps in the 50s in the suburbs but what a beautiful day we're goi
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